The URL pathname from the request URL string of the current request (
req). Note that this is the part of the URL after and including the leading slash (e.g.
/foo/bar), but without the query string (e.g.
?name=foo) or fragment (e.g.
Assuming a client sends the following request:
req.path will be defined as follows:
req.path; // -> "/donor/37"
- If you would like the URL query string as well as the path, see